About

How we started

Local Development and Child support Network (LDCSN) is a Ugandan CBO, LDCSN promotes the empowerment of people living with or affected by HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis(TB), malaria and NCDs, sustainable livelihood programmes, as well as safe water.

LDCSN was established in 2012 and has grown to. be one humanitarian and development organization in Uganda, covering 4 districts.

In 2015, Local development and child support network spent $3000 to directly improve the lives children. LDCSN works with all people regardless of tribe, religion and ethnicity to help improve and sustain the well-being of children within families and the communities, especially the most vulnerable.

Local Development and Child support Network focuses on the following priority areas: Livelihood; Health, Nutrition and Water Sanitation & Hygiene; Education and Advocacy & Justice for Children With livelihood being the primary sector. Education is prioritized as a secondary objective,based on the funding available.

Vision & Mission

Our vision is to empower communities to become agents of development that is proactive, gender-equal and environmentally friendly.

Mission is to empower marginalized communities through enhanced Education, Health and Income generation under Women empowerment, Children development, Youth empowerment and Public healthprograms with special focus on women and children by conducting training and research, developing basic infrastructure, mobilizing skilled local and international volunteers to promote equality, economic well-being and basic human rights.

Our Values

Transformation

Our belief is in innovation, and the need for transformation in the communities we serve.

Integrity

We hold a high level of integrity before the people we serve and in how we disseminate our information and service.

Diversity

We believe that embracing diversity among the communities we serve is the only way of solving the problems they face.

Equality

LDCSN is an equal opportunity organisation and we believe all people deserve equal treatment and opportunity.